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Eine Werbemitteilung der Metzler Asset Management GmbH - 8.7.2019 - Edgar-Walk

Politik macht ökonomische Prognosen immer schwieriger

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Edgar Walk, Chefvolkswirt Metzler Asset Management

Immer stärker beeinflusst die Politik ökonomische Prognosen. Unternehmen investieren nicht, weil sie politische Risiken fürchten, auch die Teilnehmer an den Kapitalmärkten sind verunsichert. Politische Risiken sind jedoch nur sehr schwer vorherzusagen. Wie man als Anleger darauf reagieren kann, erläutert Edgar Walk in seinem Ausblick auf das dritte Quartal.

Edgar Walk, Chefvolkswirt Metzler Asset Management
Edgar Walk

Chief Economist , Metzler Asset Management

Edgar Walk joined Metzler in 2000. As Chief Economist in the asset management division, he is responsible for formulating our global economic outlook. Due to his close cooperation with the portfolio management, he focuses on capital market themes as well as on global economic analyses. Mr. Walk holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Tübingen in Germany and spent a semester at the University of Doshisha in Kyoto, Japan. In addition, he completed the program “Advanced Studies in International Economic Policy Research“ at the Institute of World Economy in Kiel, Germany.

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